container[ kuh n-tey-ner ]SEE DEFINITION OF container
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR CONTAINER
Tentatively he pulled at the container cover, it was as firm as if it had been welded on.
At least, even if he didn't have Bentley's letter, he had the container.
And finally every dish and container was empty, almost polished clean.
It burst a container of powdered dye-stuff, also stored overhead.
For centuries, writing was only a container for speech, not operational language.
Hawkes reached in and scooped out the container that sat there.
To brew, container and contents are dropped into a cup of hot water.
For that matter, the container itself was not adequate protection for him.
In haste, they went upstairs again to fetch the second container.
Coal or grain or lumber would hardly be sent in a container.